|Over There - Enrico Caruso|
This spirited recording by Caruso has been a delight to listeners for over 80 years. Over there, was the American call to arms and was sung in the largest cities to the tinniest hamlets throughout the country. The Yankee Doodle Dandy himself, George M. Cohan, wrote it. Caruso, who knew Cohan, loved the song. He recorded the song at the Victor studios in Camden, New Jersey in the summer of 1918. Caruso sang this song at Liberty Bond Rallies around the Country, and even at the Metropolitan Opera H...
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|Mattinata - Enrico Caruso and Ruggiero Leoncavallo|
This European recording was made by the Gramophone and Typewriter Company in Milan Italy in 1903, it was the first song every written expressly for the Gramophone. And is another creator record, not only by the singer but by the fact that the composer is playing the piano as well.
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